Magnificent new Belize 66 taking shape as multi-part hull and deck plugs completed

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Magnificent new Belize 66 taking shape as multi-part hull and deck plugs completed

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Belize 66 Sedan

Our magnificent new flagship Belize 66 is already taking shape. with the multi-part plug of the massive hull complete. Careful work of fairing the plug has now begun to ensure a mirror-smooth surface.

Cutting the deck plug sections has also been completed and work has begun to join them together ready for final painting.

Cutting is underway on the hardtop plugs for the first Belize 66, a sedan model for an owner in the United States.

The flagship Belize 66 will offer owners an unparalleled number of options to personalise their motor yacht. The design team headed by Stephen Ford has created nine separate layout options, beginning with a Sedan or Daybridge model.

Belize 66 Daybridge

A new option has now been developed by the design team to offer an even more spacious bathroom to the master accommodation.

As well as the four-cabin Classic layout with a bathroom along the starboard side of the master stateroom and the three-cabin Grand Presidential with its full beam master stateroom, Belize has announced an additional Classic layout option with full-beam master stateroom amidships. This layout includes its own large office space and full beam ensuite bathroom aft with a large shower stall with seat to port and a large linen cupboard in the starboard aft quarter. The forward VIP guest stateroom offers an ensuite bathroom and a third twin-berth guest cabin to port has an ensuite bathroom that doubles as a day head.

Belize 66 Sedan Classic layout with aft bathroom in the Master suite.
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Belize 66 Daybridge Classic layout with aft bathroom in the Master suite.

As alternatives to a bathroom in the space aft of the master stateroom, owners can select a wide range of options, from a utility room where dive gear and other watersport equipment can be stowed, to a workshop or a crew cabin with either a single bunk or fixed single and pullman-style bunk over. Another option for this space is a massive walk-in wardrobe.

Detailed vessel specification are now being finalised along with the purchase of the many equipment and engineering systems that will go on board as the team prepares to commence the build of the first Belize 66 Sedan.

 

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